The Vietnamese business community is facing many difficulties before the fourth wave of Covid19 in 2021. Many entrepreneurs have gone bankrupt, closed or downsized their businesses. Global supply chain disruptions are significantly affecting the flow of goods traded between countries, increasing costs and extending lead times. In the context of falling aggregate demand in the country, the shift to the  international market is a new gateway for many companies. According to statistics of the State Committee on Overseas Vietnamese (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), the Vietnamese community has about 5.3 million people living and working in 130 countries and territories, of which account for more than 80%. are in developed countries. Overseas Vietnamese have become an important resource for economic development and knowledge, contributing to the prevention of the COVID-19 pandemic. If we can connect the global Vietnamese business community, we will have  resources to contribute to  economic recovery. Understanding the thoughts and aspirations of many domestic and foreign entrepreneurs In fact, the Vietnam International Entrepreneur Networking Club (abbreviated: VIENC Vietnam International Entrepreneur Networking Club) was born on February 4, 2022 in Hanoi. Ho Chi Minh City with the participation and support of many leaders. Agencies, companies, experts, economic researchers at home and abroad. From the first quarter of 2022, Club VIENC  will organize many activities to promote connections and increase sales opportunities in Vietnam International! Photo: Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh meets overseas Vietnamese businessmen to attend the Fatherland Spring Festival on January 22, 2022. Many members of the Overseas Business Union have together established the VIENC club.

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